St. John's Sunday School

Since 1916 the children of St. John's have been an integral part of our church community.  St. John's Sunday School is a place where children learn confidence in their connection to God, grow it, maintain it, and pass it on.  


Sunday School is every Sunday at 10:30 am

 

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What Happens on Sunday?

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Children's Chapel

10:30am

Ages 3 through 3rd Grade

We all begin in Children's Chapel (2nd Floor of the Old Rectory) with one of our Sunday School fathers or Grandfathers leading our mini-servce each week.  Afterwards children are then taken to their classrooms. To sign up to lead, please contact our Chapel Father Chair, Larry Ward at LVGraceandLarry@optonline.net.

 

The Holy Eucharist

11:15am

The entire Sunday School joins the parish for the Eucharist at approximately 11:15am each Sunday except the 3rd Sunday of each month when we celebrate Morning Prayer at the 10:30 service.


Children ages 3 to 7 will continue our very popular Children’s Apple Ministry in which we drop apples in a pouch, write love, hope, joy or peace on the outside, tie it up with a ribbon and send them each week to local Boys & Girls Clubs, shelters, senior centers and First Responders.


Volunteer Parents

We have an amazing army of parents to whom the Sunday School owes a huge debt of gratitude for their loving service. If you are inspired to help any or many Sundays please email us at sundayschool@stjlat.org and we will put you on the teaching assistants calendar! 

 


If you have a question about anything at St. John's of Lattingtown feel free to ask and we will try to answer!


Sunday School Classes

Nursery - Doves,  Ages 0 to 3

The Nursery is open from 10:20 till Noon every Sunday with Miss Ruth and Emma.
Infants up to age 3. 


Children I - Lambs,  Ages 3-6

Melissa Algreda and Lyanne Solano on the second floor of the old Rectory.


Children II - Angels, Ages 7-9

Jackie Powers in the Garden of Eden Craft Room - second floor old Rectory

 

Youth - Camels, 10 and up!

They will participate in an annual local Habitat for Humanity Project.  They will meet once a month at church to organize their participation in this amazing program as well as discuss a book that they will commit to reading over the span of the school-year.  This year's selection is Flipped by Doug Pagitt.  "How would your life chage if you flipped your understanding of God?"  Sound pretty interesting, right?


 
Courtney Callahan
Director of Outreach & Children's Ministry
courtneycallahan@yahoo.com

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